Performancing Metrics

Posts Tagged ‘Licensing’

Blogging Pitfalls: Why You Can’t Ignore Copyright Licensing

What terms someone can use your content? Can they post your articles on their blog? What if the blog is commercial? What if they don’t give attribution? Can they share it on Facebook? What about printing out copies to give to friends?

If you don’t have a clear, ready answer for these questions, your visitors won’t either and that, in turn, means they will make mistakes. Whether they are taking liberties with your content you don’t approve of or avoiding sharing content in ways you do want, they will make mistakes with your content and hurt its chances of being used properly.

As such, you need to quickly and easily convey to your readers what your rules are regarding your content if you ever hope for them to be followed.

Unfortunately, most bloggers don’t think about content licensing and the issue doesn’t come up until they find their work on a spam site or plagiarized on another blog. By that time, however, it’s often too late as the situation is likely already out of hand.

This makes now, before there is a problem, the time to think about content licensing as tomorrow may simply be too late.

Read More

Categories: Blogging Tips, Marketing
Tags: , , , , , ,

WP PDF Stamper Plugin: Brand Your eBooks with License Details

This commercial plugin allows users who wish to sell ebooks in PDF format to easily add a ‘Licensed to [customer name]‘ footer to their ebooks in order to avoid file sharing of the ebook. PDFs can even be password protected automatically with the customer’s email address.
Priced at $39.95 this might be a great investment for anyone wishing to sell books.

The plugin offers integration with Paypal and WP eStore.

Check it out at Tips and Tricks HQ.

Categories: Linking, WordPress Plugins, WordPress Tools
Tags: , , , ,